Jul 23 17:15

Intelligence act will protect CIA agents who ‘commit war crimes,’ whistleblower Kiriakou tells RT

A new US bill would make it illegal to reveal the identity of a covert agent, even after their retirement or death, if it becomes law. Former CIA officer, and whistleblower, John Kiriakou told RT that it will protect wrongdoers.

The 2020 Intelligence Authorization bill passed the US House of Representatives last week, and will become law once agreed upon by the House and Senate. Aside from funding the US’ intelligence agencies for the forthcoming year, a provision in the act would dramatically expand a 1982 law that makes it a criminal offense to disclose the identities of covert officers.

Jul 23 16:00

Our Ruling Elites Have No Idea How Much We Want to See Them All in Prison Jumpsuits

Our Ruling Elites have no idea how many of us already want to see them all in prison jumpsuits, and they also have no idea how fast the moral revulsion with their corrupt "leadership" might spread. Scanning the distracted, consumerist rabble from the great heights of their wealth and power, they reckon the capacity for moral outrage is limited, leaving them safe from any domestic crusade.

Jul 23 15:55

Just Released: Study Concludes White Police Officers Are Not More Likely To Shoot Black Citizens

White police officers are not more likely to shoot minorities than their non-white counterparts, according to a new study.

“If anything, black officers are more likely to shoot black citizens,” Dr. Joseph Cesario, co-author and professor of psychology at Michigan State University, wrote in the report. “But this is because black officers are drawn from the same population that they police. So, the more black citizens there are in a community, the more black police officers there are.”

The “systematic nationwide study” from MSU and University of Maryland — described as the first of its kind — debunks the commonly-held belief that white police officers unfairly target black and brown citizens in use of lethal force.

A flurry of media reports over the span of a few years and the efforts of two major media outlets, the UK’s Guardian and the Washington Post, roiled both the nation and the political theater.

Jul 23 15:46

New High School Textbook Describes Trump as Mentally Ill, Supporters as Racist

“Let’s be clear: This is overt political propaganda being scooped into the most capable students minds under the guise of education. Even if they don’t accept its messages entirely, studying this wastes time that young people deserve to be spending getting actually educated.”

Jul 23 15:23

If progressives really wanted to reduce carbon emissions in America, they would cut off power to their own filthy liberal cities

For all the talk of “climate crisis” and “we’re all gonna die if we don’t stop global warming,” it turns out that city-dwelling liberals use far more energy than conservative, rural Americans.

Jul 23 15:14

Constitutional Carry Works in Arizona: Armed 19-Year-Old Shoots, Kills, Carjacker

On 17 July, at bout 1:30 a.m. in South Phoenix, Arizona, there was an attempted carjacking. The suspects may have thought the selected victim would be an easy target, because he was a teenager. It did not turn out that way. In Arizona, there is respect for the Second Amendment. Eighteen, Nineteen, and Twenty-year-old citizens are not prohibited from carrying guns or from carrying them in vehicles. The perpetrators in this attempted crime made a poor choice in the victim selection process. For the knife-man, it was a life ending one.

Jul 23 11:56

Remember 'Kukla, Fran And Ollie,' The TV Show That Time Forgot?

Do you remember watching Kukla, Fran and Ollie? The live television series, which aired from 1947 to 1957, was groundbreaking in a quiet and understated way. And with puppets. The television series was a fan-favorite and appealed to both children and adults. Let’s look back at Kukla, Fran and Ollie.

Jul 23 11:47

Graffiti Artists Welcome: The Story Behind the Kitschy Cadillac Ranch

If you happen to be travelling down Route 66 and you find yourself outside of Amarillo, Texas, pull off the highway and find yourself a Home Depot store. There, load up on some spray paint. Don't worry: No one will question you about it. Once you get back on the road, look for the signs that will point you to the Cadillac Ranch. Here is the one place where you can unleash your inner vandal and deface a bunch of cars with your arsenal of spray paint, all under the protection of the law. This totally unique and truly American roadside attraction see visitors from all over the world, but do you know the story behind this kitschy tourist trap?

Jul 23 11:46

The Paradox of the Lucky Rabbit's Foot: Using Bad Omens to Create Good Luck

In the list of traditional lucky charms or tokens, the rabbit foot ranks up there with four-leaf clovers and horseshoes, but it's considerably more macabre. Why did people start carrying severed rabbit limbs around in the first place? The answer is much more complicated than one would think. While rabbits have long been cherished by cultures around the world, the rabbit's foot talisman comes to us via African-American slaves in the 19th-century American South. According to folklore, as many bad luck symbols as possible must align to make the rabbit's foot a powerful token of good luck.

Jul 23 11:19

Chelsea Clinton denies she was ever close friends with Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged ‘madam’

Since Jeffrey Epstein’s latest arrest on sex trafficking charges, a who’s who of the rich and powerful — notably Donald Trump, Prince Andrew and Bill Clinton — have rushed to downplay their associations with the financier who is accused of abusing underaged girls.

Now Chelsea Clinton has joined her ex-president father on this who’s who list. Her representative issued a statement to Politico over the weekend denying reports that the former First Daughter was close friends with Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s ex-girlfriend and the alleged “madam” who has been accused of helping him procure underaged girls for sex

Jul 23 11:11

Wax Her Balls:

Wax Her Balls: Brazilian Wax Business After Owner Refused To Shave Her Balls

Jul 23 11:03

Jeffrey Epstein’s Guests Rubbed the Wrong Way? Michael Rivero - July 22, 2019

Jul 23 10:53

Trump admin and Congress reportedly close to raising debt ceiling, averting another government shutdown

The Trump administration and Congress are reportedly close to reaching a deal to raise the debt ceiling and allow for more federal government spending.

Jul 23 10:52

Panhandler refuses man's offer of money for work. So man returns with his own sign — and panhandler loses it.

Ryan Bray told WTVT-TV he was in his vehicle recently at an intersection in Bradenton, Florida, when a panhandler approached him for cash.

Jul 23 10:45

Puerto Rico's governor stumbles through disastrous Fox News interview as hundreds of thousands protest

Puerto Rico's Governor Ricardo Rossello did not appear prepared for the very difficult questions that he faced in a disastrous Fox News interview as hundreds of thousands are demanding his resignation.

Jul 23 10:44

Beto O'Rourke compares Trump rally to Nazi event, says El Paso could be today's Ellis Island

Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke called President Donald Trump an outright racist Monday and compared last week's North Carolina campaign rally to a Nazi event, according to The Hill.

Jul 23 10:34

‘Bachelorette’ Hannah Brown Is Over Being ‘Slut-Shamed’

No man is going to tell this year's "Bachelorette" Hannah Brown to abstain from pre-marital sex or question her devotion as a Christian woman after throwing chastity to the wind.

Jul 23 10:33

Rep. Rashida Tlaib says she's not going anywhere 'until I impeach this president'

During a speech at the NAACP's annual convention on Monday, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) promised the crowd "I'm not going nowhere, not until I impeach this president."

Jul 23 10:18

Rep. Rashida Tlaib now says minimum wage should be $20 per hour: 'Everything has gone up'

Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) has upped the ante in the fight for a higher minimum wage, telling attendees at a One Fair Wage event that the federal minimum wage should actually be $20 per hour, not $15 as is currently being pushed by the Democratic Party.

Jul 23 10:17

NFL star Odell Beckham Jr. says the media is racist against him – here's his proof

NFL star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. accused the media of a racial double standard, and compared his competitiveness to that of superstar quarterback Tom Brady.

Jul 23 10:12

Scott Adams: Water Thrown at Police, Iran Peace Talks, Predictions, MyPillow Persuasion

Comments at:

Releasing kids from Obama’s cages
President Trump begins calling the squad RACIST
The squad frames everything in terms of race
President Trump frames everything in terms of America first
Does Iran have a system of government that is capable of peace?
Police assaulted…and they just walked away
Were they ordered to allow themselves to be abused?
Mike Lindell’s strong MyPillow persuasion techniques
PragerU does a good job debunking of the “Fine People” HOAX
YouTube demonetizing both me and David Pakman for political talk
Pharma costs down for 1st time ever…President Trump gets credit
Shepard Smith’s stunning talent during PR Governor interview

Jul 23 10:04

Black helicopters over DC? Pentagon accidentally reveals ‘classified’ domestic Black Hawk mission

The US Army apparently plans to swarm the nation’s capital region with Black Hawk helicopters as part of an ongoing “classified flight mission” that the Pentagon accidentally exposed while requesting funds from Congress.

“Without additional funding, the Army will not be able to perform this classified mission,” the Pentagon begged, asking for an additional $1.55 million to pay for air crews and maintenance for 10 Black Hawks to be run out of a base near Washington, DC. The demand is part of a larger wish-list to “reprogram” some $2.5 billion in Defense Department funds to “high priority” programs.

The mission is secret enough to require a “Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility” (SCIF) to be built at Davison Army Airfield at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, 20 miles from the capital. SCIFs are ultra-secure facilities that allow their occupants to handle classified material without concern for electronic eavesdropping or other interception.

Jul 23 09:55

Vogue editor Anna Wintour pointedly refuses to talk about Melania Trump during interview, wants to discuss Michelle Obama instead

Vogue's Anna Wintour publicly snubbed first lady Melania Trump in a recent interview, opting instead to discuss former first lady Michelle Obama.

Jul 23 09:54

Al Franken says he 'absolutely' regrets resigning over sexual misconduct allegations

Former Minnesota Sen. Al Franken says he "absolutely" regrets resigning in 2017 amid pressure over sexual misconduct allegations made against him by several women.

Jul 23 09:53

‘PM of United Kingston’: Ivanka Trump congratulates BoJo in geographically-challenged tweet

Boris Johnson has been flooded with well-wishes from around the world after being named the next prime minister of the UK, even receiving congratulations from Ivanka Trump for becoming the leader of the “United Kingston.”

Jul 23 09:45

Police in Puerto Rico launch TEAR GAS at protesters during mass demonstrations urging the governor to resign

Police in Puerto Rico fired tear gas to try and breakup thousands of protesters in the island's capital last night who were demanding the governor's resignation.

More than 500,000 people took to the streets of San Juan yesterday and officers moved in at around 11pm to break up those still in the old city.

Governor Ricardo Rossello, 40, on Sunday said he would not seek re-election next year and would step down as head of the New Progressive Party.

Jul 23 09:45

Man Killed In San Francisco After Tesla Runs Red Light, Crashes Into Tourists

An investigator said the car was doing "at least 45 mph" when it entered the intersection...

Jul 23 09:43

The ultimate disguise? New concept glasses make the wearer undetectable to facial recognition software and could help protect privacy from prying cameras

The world's first light blocking glasses have been created to make the wearer unrecognisable to even the most advanced facial recognition software.

The pioneering Reflectacles IRpair act as a shield to make it impossible for smartphones or CCTV cameras to capture a person's identity.

They do so by turning the eye area 'black' and invisible to any form of technology, reflecting infrared beams from any source and subsequently distorting facial data.

Jul 23 09:41

Elon Musk's Hyperloop Reaches A Record 288 Miles Per Hour...Right Before Exploding

"We are happy to announce that we have reached a top speed of 463 km/h today. Although we lost some parts on the way..."

Jul 23 07:25

Autistic child kidnapped by state ends up in CPS system before being trafficked

– are they trying to “disappear” all vaccine damaged children?

Jul 23 07:13

video - Hundreds of thousands of Puerto Ricans took to the streets of San Juan

Protests grow as Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló vows to stay in office

Jul 23 07:08

video - Ex-Amazon employee exposes harsh working conditions

“On the Clock” author Emily Guendelsberger

Jul 23 06:46

Equifax settlement for data breach will only cost it $4 per person

A court will need to approve the arrangement. If cleared, it'll represent the largest data breach settlement in history, according to the New York Attorney General's office.

While that sounds significant, there are concerns that the payout will be trivial compared to the impact on the 143 million affected people. As Fast Company explained, the $575 million minimum amounts to just over $4 per victim -- that wouldn't even begin to cover the damage if a fraudster exploited sensitive data like Social Security and credit card numbers. New Jersey Representative Frank Pallone said the figure "shows the limitations" of the FTC's ability to demand strong punishment and compensation. While Equifax may be more secure than it was in 2017, it's not necessarily accepting the full consequences of its past actions.